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WELCOME TO THE ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF CANBERRA AND GOULBURN

We are one of the 23 Dioceses of the Anglican Church of Australia. Our diocese is a partnership of churches in 60 ministry units, numerous associated agencies and schools, covering most of south-east New South Wales, the eastern Riverina and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). It stretches from Marulan in the north, from Batemans Bay to Eden on the south coast, across to Holbrook in the south-west, north to Wagga Wagga, Temora, Young and Goulburn.

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New Chaplain for Police Force Academy

The Reverend Murray Woolnough has recently joined the diocese to become the Senior Chaplain to the NSW Police Force Academy in Goulburn. Murray has moved from Newcastle Diocese,...

Farewell to Celia Irving

After sixteen years of involvement with the Diocese Celia Irving, currently our Director of Safe Communities, is retiring on 15 November this year. A farewell was held for Celia...

Meet the New Bishop

The Reverend Dr Mark Short has been elected as the eleventh Diocesan Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn. The Episcopal Electoral Synod came together from...

Electoral Synod Sermon from Bishop Trevor

You can read the full text of Bishop Trevor's Electoral Synod Sermon delivered at St Saviour's Cathedral on 8 November...

Latest Update from the Chair of the EENC

31 October 2018 Dear Friends, After a lot of behind the scenes work, we‘re thrilled to distribute to members of Synod a fine list of Nominees. The Epsicopal Election Nominations...

The Legacy of Bishop Clements

When Ken Clements took up the role of Bishop of our diocese in 1961, though he came from serving as Bishop of Grafton, he had had a long history amongst us. He was...

Is Science a Reliable Way to Truth

Recently Good Shepherd Anglican, Curtin, held a seminar on Humility and Knowledge: Reflections on truth, faith and  Philosophy, presented by Dr Ryan Young, who holds a PhD in...

Green Shoots Appearing in Tathra

A new partnership has been launched between the Uniting and Anglican Churches to provide Bush Fire Recovery Chaplaincy to Tathra communities, through...

Update from the Episcopal Election Nominations Committee

The Episcopal Election Nominations Committee is preparing for the Electoral Synod to be held from 8 to 10 November. It has recently met with the Prospective Nominees and is now...

Ian Coutts Farewelled to Bunbury

The Reverend Dr Ian Coutts was farewelled by the Diocese with a grand morning tea on 25 September as he leaves to take up the post of Bishop of Bunbury in South West Western...

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